Lindsey Brown


Lindsey is a partner in Milgrom & Daskam’s litigation practice group. She represents clients in a variety of matters, including employment, contract, and business disputes. An experienced and effective advocate, Lindsey counsels clients in all phases of litigation, whether navigating mediation or representing their interests at trial. 

Prior to joining Milgrom & Daskam, Lindsey spent five years as a Deputy District Attorney in the First Judicial District, serving the citizens of Jefferson and Gilpin Counties. During her time as a prosecutor, Lindsey handled thousands of complex criminal matters, including cases of drug trafficking, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, homicide, and sexual assault. She has tried over 40 cases to verdict. 

Lindsey earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she was a member of the nationally-ranked Trial Team. Lindsey also worked as a judicial fellow for District Court Judge Christopher Zenisek, of the First Judicial District. Lindsey completed her undergraduate studies at the College of Saint Benedict (St. Joseph, MN) where she graduated with honors, majoring in Peace and Conflict Studies with a minor in Hispanic Studies. Lindsey is proficient in Spanish. 

Outside of the office, Lindsey enjoys spending time with her husband, daughters, and rescue greyhound. She also serves as a board member of Denver MAMA (“Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association”), an organization focused on supporting and empowering working mothers in the practice of law.  


Complex Commercial Litigation

Employment Law

Business Disputes


Employment Law

Colorado’s FAMLI Act

In January 2024, the Colorado Paid Family And Medical Insurance (“FAMLI”) Act went into effect. It was approved by voters in 2020 and provides for up to 12 weeks of paid leave for Colorado employees who qualify. FAMLI benefits apply to those seeking parental leave, medical leave for yourself, medical leave to care for a family member, military family leave, and leave for those who have experienced domestic violence.

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Your Communications with Your Attorney are Always Privileged… Right? Wrong.

Your communications with your attorney are always privileged… right? Wrong.
While the attorney-client privilege is one of the oldest and most sanctified of privileges, it is not without exceptions. Now adays, when you communicate with a family law attorney, an attorney assisting you with estate planning, or an attorney representing you in a civil case,you are often doing so via email. But you can unintentionally waive the privilege if you communicate with your lawyer from your work email address, or even from a personal email address accessed on your work computer.

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Employment Law

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Landing a new job is an exciting day for anyone. New opportunities, new relationships, new challenges – all of these are exhilarating aspects of a new position. But one important item you may not be considering on your first day is your last day.

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